Which company is providing the best email backup?
The U.S. government has been struggling with a series of massive outages that began on Tuesday.
The problem appears to be widespread in the data centers and information storage systems that are critical to the nation’s cybersecurity.
The Department of Homeland Security has been working with a handful of companies to get them to restore systems, with the goal of getting at least some of the data back online within 30 days.
The company offering the most assistance, Cox Communications, is doing it by partnering with a company called CloudFlare, which is known for protecting websites.
CloudFlare’s technology, CloudFlower, has been credited with providing a large portion of the federal government with a backup in the past.
In 2016, the U.K. government said CloudFlame helped it get its data back from the Us. government.
The DHS says it has been using CloudFlares for more than a year now, and it’s been a key part of its effort to provide backup to the U of S. government for the past few months.
But as we reported earlier, the DHS has recently been rolling out a new set of measures, known as the Communications Decency Act, to address cybersecurity issues.
The law requires Internet service providers to provide free email service for everyone in the country, but only to the people who are using the service.
Cox Communications and CloudFlair were among those who successfully rolled out that service in the U, but the DHS is trying to push that back to the entire country, which it says is the most important way for cybersecurity to be protected.
This isn’t the first time the U’s been in a situation where it’s depended on a company to provide it with email backup.
In the past, the government has relied on a number of private companies to help it deal with the issue, including Microsoft, Verizon, Google, and others.
As we reported last year, that meant the U was losing around 100 million emails daily due to the loss of its data centers.
But, unlike the time it was relying on Microsoft and Verizon, the new law makes it mandatory for these companies to do so.
This means that for now, it’s not clear how many companies are going to be involved in the process.
CloudFlase CEO Paul Smith told the Washington Post that Cox and Cloudflair are both still working to get the data restored.